News & Announcements

  • Driver Safety Class - 7/26 - Registration Required

    This class is open to Secaucus residents of all ages who are licnesed drivers (not valid in NY or FL). Seating is limited to the first 50 people and preregistration is required. Learn how to be a safer driver and upon completion, participants are eligible for insurance discounts and a 2 point reduction off of their driving record. 

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  • City Green Veggie Mobile - Starting 6/8

    Every Thursday from 11am-1pm, the City Green Veggie Mobile will be parked in the plaza municipal lot offering fresh produce, fruit, honey, and eggs! 

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  • June 2017 Primary Election Results

    The results from the 6/6/2017 primary election are available by clicking here

     
  • Board of Health Summer Reminders

    The Mayor & Town Council  Along with The Secaucus Board of Health reminds residents that Summer is here!!  There are more people outdoors in summer than any other season. Follow these tips to stay safe this season: 

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  • June 2017 Food Pantry Requests

    For the Month of June, we are looking for donations of  PAPER or PLASTIC BAGS  & LAUNDRY PRODUCTS. The items can be dropped at the Senior Center - 101 Centre Ave - Monday through Friday 8 am – 3 pm 

    Any questions please call  Judy or Eileen at 201-330-2014. We are always looking for donations of $10.00 gift cards to Walmart or Shop Rite 

     
  • Job Opportunity: Director - Summer Day Camp Programs

    The Town of Secaucus Recreation Department is looking for a committed individual whose enthusiasm for working with children with disabilities is apparent through their work experience.  Summer Day Camp operates from July 3rd, to August 18th, 2017, 

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  • 2017 Municipal Budget Introduction

    On March 28, 2017, the Mayor and Town Council introduced the Municipal Budget for 2017. Mayor Gonnelli stated, “I am pleased to report that, once again, the 2017 Municipal Budget reflects no municipal tax increase. While both the school and County will likely have tax increases, we have struck a budget that will absorb them. Therefore, for the second year in a row, overall taxes will remain flat. I would venture to guess there are very few, if any, municipalities in the state that have seen their taxes remain flat and had the municipal portion of the budget absorb tax increases from other governmental agencies.”

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